Golazo merchant and Leeds United cult hero Tony Yeboah is the latest inductee into the 90’s Football Hall of Fame.
The Ghanaian striker arrived in Yorkshire in the mid-90’s after a stunning stint at Eintracht Frankfurt, where he was the Bundesliga top scorer for two consecutive seasons.
Although his time in the Premier League was short, it was most certainly sweet, creating a string of unforgettable memories for the Leeds faithful. His famous goals against Liverpool and Wimbledon are still fondly remembered to this day and considered among the very best in English football history.
On the latest episode of the 90’s Football Hall of Fame podcast, we discuss his sensational two years at Leeds United, his penchant for jaw-dropping goals, and why George Graham mystifyingly sold him in 1997.
We also discuss the massive impact he had on German football, his legacy of anti-racism from his time there, and his current life as a hotelier.
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